Greg Hall (filmmaker)

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Greg Hall
Born Gregory Hall
(1980-06-30) 30 June 1980 (age 36)
London, England
Occupation Director, Screenwriter, Cinematographer
Years active 2003–present
Awards Katrin Cartlidge Award for The Plague (2006)

Greg Hall (born 30 June 1980 in London, England) is a British film director, producer, cinematographer and screenwriter. He is active with the film-making collective Broke But Making Films.


The Plague (2004) — made when he was a 22-year-old with a budget of just £3,500[1][2] — was Hall's feature debut, winning him the inaugural Katrin Cartlidge Foundation Award at the 10th Sarajevo Film Festival.[3] He went on to collaborate with composer Steve Martland on follow-up feature Kapital (2007).[4] Hall also wrote the screenplays for both of these films and was cinematographer for short film The Housewife (2005), which starred Alison Steadman.

More recently he created the film Communion, starring Paul Martin, about a vicar on the run who strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young punk traveler. A road journey of substance and fruitful rewards, actor Paul Martin stars in this highly acclaimed and beautifully made film. His most recent work has been as director of heist thriller Dangerous Mind of a Hooligan, and he has plans to adapt Ian Bone's autobiographical book Bash The Rich.[1]


Year Film Credited as
Director Writer Producer Editor Cinematographer
2003 Front Yes
2003 Cages Yes Yes Yes
2004 The Housewife Yes
2004 The Plague [2] Yes Yes Yes
2007 Kapital [4][5] Yes Yes Yes
2010 Same Shit, Different Day [1] Yes Yes Yes
2012 Bruised Yes Yes Yes Yes
2013 Communion [6] Yes Yes Yes
2014 Dangerous Mind of a Hooligan [7] Yes Yes
2015 Chester P for Mayor: Hip-Hop, Homelessness and the Housing Crisis Yes Yes
2016 Bonded by Blood 2 Yes

(Feature films, 60 minutes and over, are listed in bold)

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Blogger: Greg Hall" (Retrieved: 23 July 2009)
  2. ^ a b Hall, Greg; "It was focused anarchy", 5 October 2006 (Retrieved: 23 July 2009)
  3. ^ Hastings, Chris; Jones, Beth; "Mike Leigh gives award to director of his son's film", 27 August 2006 (Retrieved 24 July 2009)
  4. ^ a b Bourke, Kevin; "Greg's horror Existence", 15 September 2006 (Retrieved: 23 July 2009)
  5. ^ Hall, Greg; "How to make guerrilla fairy tales in Manchester", 2 July 2007 (Retrieved: 24 July 2009)
  6. ^ "IMDB". Retrieved 2014-06-28. 
  7. ^ "IMDB". Retrieved 28 June 2014. 

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